SoA’s Simon Bussiere is the recipient of the 2022 CELA Excellence in Teaching Award

Simon Bussiere has won the 2022 CELA Excellence in Teaching Award. This is the highest and most widely recognized award for teaching that a Junior Professor of Landscape Architecture can receive. Past recipients include some of the most well-regarded educators in landscape architecture from around the world.

“This award recognizes excellence in creative, innovative and effective teaching methodologies and practice. Up to two (2) awards presented annually—one at the junior level (3-10 years teaching experience) and one at the senior level (10+ years teaching experience).”

“The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture is composed of virtually all the programs of higher learning in landscape architecture in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. There also are individual and institutional members from many other parts of the world who belong to the CELA family. The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture can trace its beginnings to 1920 and for more than ninety years it has been concerned with the content and quality of professional education in landscape architecture.”

Bussiere dedicates this award to his students and shares this honor with everyone at the School of Architecture. Congratulations all!

Letter – Excellence in Teaching – Simon Bussiere